Whether a condition, when selected, triggers a Logicblock is set when the condition is defined. However, I frequently find myself needing to test something (for example, a Boolian variable) where sometimes this needs to trigger an action, but sometimes it does not. I therefore have ended up with many cases where I define exactly the same condition, but with and without triggering selected.
For example, a Boolean “switch_status” with a condition “switch_status_true” I frequently need to define twice (“switch_status_true_TRIGGER” and “switch_status_true_NOTRIGGER”).
If the Logicblock editor allowed for triggering conditions to be overridden to be non-triggering (a further check-box to the right of each triggering one that said “No Trigger” perhaps?) then this would considerably reduce the need for what is unnecessary duplication.